Question about 2003 Honda Accord
If in heavy traffic and i move, then stop, move then stop i.e crawling at very low speed. After about twenty minutes the automatic gear would disengage itself and the honda car would not move. To move from that spot i would have to switch off the engine and start it again before the automatic gear would engage again. This situation repeat itself intermittently and such scenario i would have to switch off the engine and start it again.
Is there an engine light?
Assuming there are no engine codes set
1. Do the idle learn procedure
2. Check fuel pressure (380 to 430 KPa)
3. Check idle speed (740 to 840RPM in P or N)
4. Check the brake pedal position switch (requires a scan tool)
If these all check out, look for air intake leaks, faulty harness and sensor connections.
As you can see, these steps should probably be done at a dealer.
Posted on May 21, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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